Bristol Women’s Voice event at City Hall 2nd March
Bristol Women’s Voice are once again organising a fantastic day of events including talks, workshops and performances. We’re delighted to be part of the programme with printmaking, films, performance and a poetry workshop
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Activities provided by Art within the Cracks
Print Kitchen 11.30-1.30 in the Lady Mayor’s Parlour
with Andrea Morreau and Anna Haydock-Wilson
Learn to make simple intaglio prints using a pasta maker. All materials will be provided but you’re welcome to bring a photo of a woman important to you to trace for your print
Films by Women Artists 12-1pm Room IP01
An hour of women’s films about the things that are important to us, opening with Anna Haydock-Wilson‘s Art within the Cracks of Women’s Lives, an artists’ documentary, the line up includes work by Liz Hart & Sarah Corbett, Lizzie Philps, Emma Crouch, Maria Jose Carvallo, Emma Windsor, Heather Colbert and Roos Mataar.
Dance theatre performance 2.15pm in the Great Hall
Exploring female equality & identity by teenage girls from Merchants’ Academy, Withywood.
Devised with support from Gill Simmons of Brave Bold Drama, choreographer Vic Hole of 2’Oclock Beauty Queens & film-maker Anna Haydock-Wilson through workshops during January and February 2019. To support the girls, who have never been on stage before, Vic Hole (pictured left) will perform a solo dance and Gill Simmons will present work-in-progress from her solo performance art piece Tethered about single motherhood.
3pm Poetry Workshop In Room IP04
With Rosy Wilson
Rosy has decades of experience of working in education with women of all ages and backgrounds. She has written and published several books and anthologies